1 Admin. L. News 1 (1974-1975)

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As the masthead indicates, this is the initial
LETTER-an effort to facilitate communication
within the Section of Administrative Law
authorized by a unanimous vote of the
Section's Council at its Spring Meeting held in
Hilton Head in May. The NEWSLETTER is
experimental. After one year and four numbers,
the Chairman and Council for 1975-1976 will
have an opportunity to evaluate its worth in the
light of budgetary strictures.
Every officer, Council member, committee
chairman and committee vice-chairman would
find useful the Section's MANUAL FOR
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN, usually called the
BLUEBOOK (dating from its first edition when
inflation was less rampant and the Section
could afford the cost of a handsome blue
cover). The BLUEBOOK contains technical and
practical material relating to both ABA and
Section activity and operation. Both the
Secretary and the Chairman have copies for
distribution. Those outside the Washington
area are asked to write-please do not
telephone-the Secretary or the Chairman.
Those in the area are asked to drop by one of
those offices.
The ABA DIRECTORY, commonly called the
REDBOOK (which it still is), also is useful. Its
distribution is limited to those whose names
are listed because they hold ABA or Section
Council meetings are held quarterly-in
Washington in the autumn, at random places in
midyear and spring, and at the site of the ABA
Annual Meeting in the summer. The Autumn
Meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday,
October 12, at the Cosmos Club, Washington,
All Section members are invited. Voting
participation is limited to officers and Council
members. Committee chairmen and vice-
chairmen are encouraged to participate in

discussion. The Autumn Meeting, usually the
shortest of the four, normally lasts a full day.
This year an effort will be made to adjourn by
2:30 pm. A buffet lunch of sandwiches will be
available without interruption of the meeting.
The site of the Midyear Meeting is
undetermined. In 1974 it was in Houston, in
1973 in Bermuda.
The Spring Meeting is set for Williamsburg, a
favorite watering hole of the Section to which
the Council intermittently returns. Charlottes-
ville also was under consideration but adequate
reservations were unavailable.
The Annual Meeting, of course, will be in
Montreal in August 1975. The Section's hotel is
not yet assigned. Your Chairman is striving for
the Bonaventure, the Chateau Champlain, the
Ritz Carlton or Le Reine Elizabeth. Those who
attended the Miami Annual Meeting in 1965
remember well that to strike out is not
impossible. The sole official language
Quebecoise, incidentally, now is French.
The 1974 Annual Meeting, held at the
Sheraton-Waikiki and nearby hotels, was highly
successful and, some press reports to the
contrary notwithstanding, generally well
attended. Number 2 of the NEWSLETTER will
report more fully.

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